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2016-03-03 14:08:13 +0100 answered a question Sage kills itself after a while for inputs > 40bits

I found the problem:

for i in range(40_bit_number):

weird that I didn't get a stack trace though

2016-03-03 14:08:11 +0100 asked a question Sage kills itself after a while for inputs > 40bits

Hey!

I implemented Pollard Rho, the first. It takes a few seconds, I would say 30 seconds, for Sage to just get killed. No stack trace. The function works fine with small inputs, but with 40 bits input it just get killed.

if I run it from the command line:

sage application.sage /Applications/sage/src/bin/sage-python: line 2: 34694 Killed: 9 sage -python "$@"

if I run it from inside Sage:

load("application.sage") [1] 35646 killed sage

2016-03-03 14:08:08 +0100 asked a question Sage kills itself without a stacktrace for inputs > 40bits

Hey!

I implemented Pollard Rho, the first. It takes a few seconds, I would say 30 seconds, for Sage to just get killed. No stack trace. The function works fine with small inputs, but with 40 bits input it just get killed.

if I run it from the command line:

sage application.sage /Applications/sage/src/bin/sage-python: line 2: 34694 Killed: 9 sage -python "$@"

if I run it from inside Sage:

load("application.sage") [1] 35646 killed sage